Spiced Red Lentils and Rice (Mesir Wat)

We have a special treat for you today. As you may know, we love travel and cuisines from around the world. This recipe comes to us straight from Ethiopia — via Indianapolis! Exodus Refugee Immigration is a well-known organization in our city that welcomes refugees to Indiana and offers them a...

Mushroom and Kale Risotto

After all those holiday sweets, we’re ready for something savory – are you? We’d been brainstorming entrees for a special holiday dinner when this farroto caught our eye. We decided to try a variation on a traditional risotto using our base recipe with added mushrooms and kale. Shallot, butter, Parmesan and...

Burrito Bowl

This recipe idea may not be revolutionary, but it’s certainly served us in a crunch. We recently had family to town to help us settle into our new place, and I was tasked with coming up with a few meals for sustenance throughout the day. We had eaters varying from...

Vegetable Sushi Bowl

If Alex and I can agree on one thing, it’s sushi. (OK, we agree on a lot of things. Most things, really. Except sports and salsa dancing – you take a guess who likes which.) We’re both huge sushi fans, which may sound odd for cooks who focus on vegetarian...

Herbacious Eggs and Cilantro Lime Rice

Here’s a little recipe for when life is a bit unbalanced, but you still need something to call “dinner”. We’re in that place right now, hovering between selling our current house and moving to a new home. It’s amazing how transient you can feel just knowing the place you rest...

Red Beans and Rice

  48.8 million Americans—including 16.2 million children (nearly one in five children in America)—lack the means to get enough nutritious food on a regular basis. They live in food- insecure households and as a result, they struggle with hunger at some time during the year. (Source: nokidhungry.org) A sobering truth...








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